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, very dangerous cold arctic air comes from canada to the midwest. right now, fargo, minus nine. seven in minneapolis. 30 in chicago. 29 in new york. but check out a couple in the wind. this is how it feels on your exposed skin. minus 25 in fargo. minus eight in minneapolis. 33, st. louis, and 15 in boston. the big game is tomorrow, that second blast of cold arctic air will come in, kickoff, by 7:00, minus four. factor in the wind chill there, winds out of the north up to 29 miles-per-hour, we're looking at wind chill factors, wind chill warnings at minus 45 degrees. you have to remember the most dangerous part of this is frostbite, and you can get that with exposed skip with temperatures below 32 degrees. so, definitely people are going to be having to bundle up there, obviously, or maybe just stay home. >> thank you so much. those bone-chilling temperatures could make for one of the coldest games in nfl history tomorrow, and the 49ers face the green bay packers at lambeau field for an nfc wild card game. it's now being called the arctic bowl. players will be huddling around giant hea
visibilities. look at these temperatures. close to 40 below by saturday morning in fargo, and then down to 50 below. overnight, saturday to sunday, 30 below in minneapolis. so this next round of bitter cold air comes in from chicago, creating light snow. temperatures down into the single digits over the weekend. we could see a mix of rain and snow across the northeast as the storm moves gradually east over the next few days of. >> yes, that was 52 below in fargo. thanks for watching aljazeera america. inside story is next, and check us out at aljazeera.com. decision-making, while in texas it's a 33-year-old woman in her second trimester of pregnancy. when is life over? who gets to say, and who has to pay? that's the "inside story." hello, i'm ray suarez. dying in america can be complicated, expensive and accompanied by questions that are hard to answer. if a person is unconscious and
it will be minus 52 in fargo next week. [ laughter ] >> well, i hope they don't send me. >> john thank you very much. and now we turn to new york where erika pitzi is live. and the concern there seems to be still about the streets. >> yeah, definitely. the snow has stopped falling and that is certainly a good thing here, and it's creating some pretty pictures behind us. central park you have tourists out and about taking pictures, doing snow angels here, people out with their kids, so while it is nice and pretty, it is definitely still creating an ugly scene on the road. this is columbus circle here in midtown manhattan. and cars are still going pretty slow. so people are still just taking it a little slow overnight road closures everything is now open, including jfk international airport. that is certainly good news for travelers. all flights might get back hopefully in and out of jfk it closed at 6:00 this morning, and now it is open. and that is certainly good news. >> erika pitzi joining us live from new york. thank you very much. >>> the snow has moved on but colder air could be moving in.
nine in fargo. chicago, 30. check out boston 26 degrees. light sn still falling there. and you couple in the wind, the wind chill factor, boston, 12. seven in green bay right now. minus 24 in fargo. let's talk before the tomorrow, the second blast of the arctic air will move in there tomorrow afternoon gametime, 3:40, three deees, and by 7:00, probably halftime, minus four degrees. they have a wind chill warning in effect there, expecting wind chills to bring that temperature down to minus 25 to minus 45. the biggest concern, of course, frostbite out there. you can get it with temperatures right near freezing. >>> we'll look at our forecast in a little bit. >> thank you, lgh, and mike umann is in green bay and we'll have coverage and he'll bring you a playoff edition of rnon's view sunday night. >>> a damaged memorial to a teen is being rebuilt by community members who don't want him forgotten. a wood frame for a foundation to the new memorial was formed this morning. the memorial is on the lot where 13-year-old andy lopez was shot last october by a sheriff's deputy. santa rosas a ass
readings across the rest of the country. five degrees in minneapolis. minus nine in fargo. chicago, 30. check out boston, 26 degrees. light snow still falling there. and you couple in the wind, the wind chill factor, boston, 12. seven in green bay right now. minus 24 in fargo. let's talk before the tomorrow, the second blast of the arctic air will move in there tomorrow afternoon gametime, 3:40, three degrees, and by 7:00, probably halftime, minus four degrees. they have a wind chill warning in effect there, expecting wind chills to bring that temperature down to minus 25 to minus 45. the biggest concern, of course, frostbite out there. you can get it with temperatures right near freezing. >>> we'll look at our forecast in a little bit. >> thank you, leigh, and mike shumann is in green bay and we'll have coverage and he'll bring you a playoff edition of vernon's view sunday night. >>> a damaged memorial to a teen is being rebuilt by community members who don't want him forgotten. a wood frame for a foundation to the new memorial was formed this morning. the memorial is on the lot where
into the southeast and the ohio river value. minneapolis zero, chicago, 30. it's minus 13 right now in fargo. 27 boston but you add a windchill factor of minus 30 in fargo, three degrees it feels like in green bay, 30 chicago and 14 boston. here is a look at the game forecast tomorrow, folks. a windchill warning expecting windchill 25 to 45 below zero and kick off, 34 degrees expected and maybe a light snow shower overnight and on sunday at 7:00, second half temperatures drop to a minus four. we'll take a look coming up. >> thank you, leigh. >>> mike shumann is traveling for coverage on tomorrow's game and a play-off edition of the view tomorrow night, the on going interview series with the niners tight end. >>> still ahead at 9:00, how a u.s. crew is lending more than a hand to help two sea vessels break free from the frozen [ superfan ] we're hitting the road to help america discover the new helper. you've got to try this sweet & sour chicken helper. i didn't know they made chicken. crunchy taco or four cheese lasagna? can i get another one of those actually? [ superfan ] hey, america, we're h
below zero. minus 27 will be the low in fargo and now, a record low temperatures is minus 28. so we will be within a few degrees of that. in chicago, we could tie a record low. >> that's minus 18. so, it's definitely going to be one of those brutally cold nights. here is an hour by hour look of how it will actually feel on your skin if you were to step outside. not for long periods much time. here in fargo, minus 65 is what it will feel like by later this evening around 7:00 o'clock. around indianapolis, it will feel like minus 11 and minus 20 in chicago. it will get worse. this air is spilling all the way soft ward. in chicago at indiana. windchill warnings in place, not watches, advisories, warnings. it could be if you don't take extra precaution getting out here. bundle up if you must get out. stay safe and warm. thanks, ebony. a series of car bombs killed nineteen people today in iraq's capitol. the bombings occurred in baghdad high-shiite neighborhood and there is a rise in sectarian violence. tribal groups. secretary of state john kerry has said that the u.s. will support the
at minneapolis, minus 41 in fargo but it's only going to get worse. in fact in the nighttime hours, nighttime temperatures are going to drop minus 27 in fargo it will feel like minus 62. deep south is where we are already seeing a little bit of snow. snow coming into some northwestern areas, arkansas, no snow into florida but we're going to see that l chill moving into oregon. e. >> thank you, eboni. we'll tell you about sisters unusual adventurer when we return. >> welcome back to al jazeera america. i'm morgan radford and here are today's headlines. in iraq a series of bomb attacks have reportedly killed at least 14 people. the attacks in the iraqi capital of baghdad, are from a car bomb in the mostly shia neighborhood. >>> more than a dozen people were killed in india after a five story structure crumbled to the ground on saturday. >>> so check this out. a pair of florida twins have completed a nine year journey through their home state. natasha guinane is here. >> from key west to pensacola, and the almost 800 miles in between these twins have seen just about every possible view of florid
14. minus-4 2, in fargo, tomorrow, that colder blast moves in for minus 11 for chicago, and only a high there, and minus-4 2 in fargo. we'll talk about our chances for rain here locally coming up in a bit. >> more now on the developing storm. forecasters say by wednesday nearly half the nation, 140 million people will shudder in temperatures of zero or lower. this is the view from behind the wheel of a snow plow in indianapolis. chicago public schools cancelled classes on monday. >> the grocery store was the place to be in michigan, where people stocked up before the worst of the cold snap hit. the national weather service is calling the arctic blast historic and dangerous. here's the story from chicago. reporter: first, driving snow. then bitter cold. now ice. new york's kennedy airport was shut down for two hours when this delta passenger flight from toronto skidded out of control from a taxiway into the snow. 35 passengers were aboard. port authority personnel responded. no injuries were reported. on new york's staten island the ice is blamed interiors pileup that sent 11 cars
blast that will move in minneapolis, minus 14, minus 19 in fargo. couple in the wind chill, minus 17 in green bay, and minus-4 1 in fargo, all of that heads towards the south and the east tomorrow. very cold conditions. what about us here on the we coast? we'll take a look at the seven-day forecast coming up. >> the frigid weather has taken its toll on much of the nation in missouri, massive pileup shut down traffic for hours. several semis had to be removed. since the storm hit last week at least 15 people have been killed on the roads or frozen to death in north dakota, the high today was 12 below zero. that's the lowest high temperature since 1937. schools are closed monday as they are in minnesota and now chicago. >>> at jfk in new york, a plane skidded off the slippery run away this morning. the delta flight made a safe landing but while taxiing it slid into a snow bank. no passengers were hurt. >> travelers facing long lines at san francisco international. 66 flights were cancelled today. a mob of travelers waited inside terminal three to get rebooked on united. bay area travel
in minneapolis, minus 14, minus 19 in fargo. couple in the wind chill, minus 17 in green bay, and minus-4 1 in fargo, all of that heads towards the south and the east tomorrow. very cold conditions. what about us here on the west coast? we'll take a look at the seven-day forecast coming up. >> the frigid weather has taken its toll on much of the nation in missouri, massive pileup shut down traffic for hours. several semis had to be removed. since the storm hit last week at least 15 people have been killed on the roads or frozen to death in north dakota, the high today was 12 below zero. that's the lowest high temperature since 1937. schools are closed monday as they are in minnesota and now chicago. >>> at jfk in new york, a plane skidded off the slippery run away this morning. the delta flight made a safe landing but while taxiing it slid into a snow bank. no passengers were hurt. >> travelers facing long lines at san francisco international. 66 flights were cancelled today. a mob of travelers waited inside terminal three to get rebooked on united. bay area travelers are feeling the ripple
temperatures, minus 19 in minneapolis. minus 19 in fargo and you couple that with the wind and right now wind chill factor green bay, minus 21 and minus 42 in fargo. we cool down locally by how much and any rain in our forecast. we will look at our forecast coming up. >> thank you, lee. cold weather has taken its toll on much of the nation. in missouri, a massive pile-up shut down traffic for hours. several mangled semis had to be removed from the highway. sin the storm hit last week at least 16 people have been killed on the road or have frozen to death. in minot, north dakota, the high was 12 below 0. that the highest since 1937. schools are closed monday since they are in minnesota, st. louis and universities like ohio state and michigan state are closed. at jfk airport in new york, a plane slidded off the slippery runway, the delta flight made a safe landing. while taxiing it slid into a sne bank. 35 people or on board. no one was hurt. >> travellers continue to face long lines at san francisco international airport. flights were cancelled today. travellers waited inside terminal 3 to get
's believed the crash happened when the train struck a gain farm west of fargo. thick black smoke could be seen for miles. residents within a two mile radius were urged to evacuate. incredibly, no injuries were reported. >>> the federal aviation administration chose cities for aircraft test systems. the fda chose the sites for geographical locations. drones could create 100 somehow jobs and generate $82 billion in economic activity over the next ten years. they could be integrated into national airspace as soon as 2015. >>> dozens of san francisco restaurants will face lawsuits for violating the healthy san francisco law, have settled with the city attorney's office, or cleared for wrongdoing. 57 restaurants faced possible lawsuits for not spending a company surcharge on an employee's healthcare. the money will be distributed to almost 4,000 employees at restaurants in the city. >>> in the east bay, a unique job training program is accomplishing two goals. it gives new hope for the disadvantaged, it will soon generate megawatts of electricity. >> reporter: learning the skills needed to
in north dakota today. it's believed the crash happened when the train struck a gain farm west of fargo. thick black smoke could be seen for miles. residents within a two mile radius were urged to evacuate. incredibly, no injuries were reported. >>> the federal aviation administration chose cities for aircraft test systems. the fda chose the sites for geographical locations. drones could create 100 somehow jobs and generate $82 billion in economic activity over the next ten years. they could be integrated into national airspace as soon as 2015. >>> dozens of san francisco restaurants will face lawsuits for violating the healthy san francisco law, have settled with the city attorney's office, or cleared for wrongdoing. 57 restaurants faced possible lawsuits for not spending a company surcharge on an employee's healthcare. the money will be distributed to almost 4,000 employees at restaurants in the city. >>> in the east bay, a unique job training program is accomplishing two goals. it gives new hope for the disadvantaged, it will soon generate megawatts of electricity. >> reporter: learn
minus 20 in fargo and minus 5 in chug chick. 52 in new york city and 45 in washington. you couple in the windchill and it is minus 46 in fargo and green bay is 30 degrees. tomorrow look for minus 11 in chicago. it is 27 in atlanta. we will look for windchill factors near 40 below in many locations. that is up toward the great lakes. ama? >> incredible. thank you, leigh. >>> travelers faced long lines at sfo because of the ripple effect from flights being canceled in other parts of the country because of the weather. many scrambles to get rebooked after the largest carrier grounded flights at some of the other hubs like chicago and cleveland. >> once we get to cleveland, that's it. and then we hear a few mens later from the same people and oh by the way the replacement flight is not until wednesday. >> i feel like there are a lot of people at kiosks not doing anything. there were only two people working. >> 80 flights were canceled at sfo. no cancellations were reported at oakland international or san jose international. stay on top of the weather with the weather app. download it
the scene to evacuate. it happened near the city of casselton. near fargo. black smoke from the tanks could be seen for miles. as many as 20 train cars caught fire. dakota are concerned that a weather shift will increase the risk of potential health hazards. no injuries have been reported. the cause is under investigation. >> two terror attacks have rocked the same russian city in two days.killing more than 30 people. now there are questions about the country's security, just weeks before the winter olympics. the attacks in the southern city of volgo-grad happened in a span of less than 24 hours. more than a dozen people were killed when an explosion hit a crowded trolley bus. sunday -- 17 people were killed in an attack at a railway station. earlier this year, the head of a chechen rebel group threatened to use "maximum force" to disrupt the olympic games. >> "there is a high possibility that they might be behind, figures belonging to the resistance movement might want to bring attention to their fight." >> more than 25-hundred athletes from nearly 90 nations will be in sochi for the games
for us? now the time for investors to start taking risk. wells fargo chief portfolio strategist $236 billion in assets under management. it is easiest question here, how do you take that money and put it to work in 2014? what do you say? >> what they should be looking at doing is adding risk to their portfolio, getting out of cash and getting into equity or perhaps getting into higher yield fixed income investment when it is appropriate for your situation but for too long people have been thinking for some reassn this market run-up has got to come to an end, things must end badly for some reason it is not going to. what we will see our continued gains. the last four years have been a major market correction getting us back to normal and back to normal means from this point forward maybe 2014 expect to earn from 7% to 9% if you're investing in a broad index like the s&p 500. cheryl: a lot of the viewers took a beating in 2008. they're still looking to recoup those losses and buil bill out e losses. one of your strategies is free cash flow. can you give me examples? >> i cannot talk ab
this is what the temperatures are doing, minus 17 degrees in fargo. minus two degrees in minneapolis, and minus 7 in bismarck. some of these temperatures are colder near the canadian border. we may see record-breaking temperatures lows this evening. from yesterday we have seen a drop of 13 degrees at fargo. yesterday was minus 4. today is minus 17. bismarck, it's 17 degrees colder. and what we're going to be seeing over the next couple of days the temperatures are going to come up. unfortunately, not tomorrow morning. those temperatures, it feels like right now fargo is at minus 4, but right now you'll wake up with a temperature of minus 23. here in the south its better but there is this pocket of cold air that we're worried about, and we do expect to see those temperatures broken there along the border. the other big problem is what is going to be happening at the end of the week. we have a major winter storm that will be developing and for new england you'll see snow wednesday night in new york. thursday, yes, this is what we are gag to be seeing, big player in terms of snow. now here across
, but these are the current temperatures that we're seeing right now. fargo, -18°, and if you look to the north, you see the darker purples, and that's where we broke the record. it could still be in that region that we're concerned about. minneapolis, bismarck, yes, it does look cold. and you're not breaking any records. it wasn't until 1960 that we saw the temperatures down to -4 to -8, and you're aways from there, but the windchills feel like -32 in fargo and -12 in minneapolis. tomorrow morning, it's going to be cold, you'll be waking up to -23 in fargo, and it's going to be another day or so, and then the temperatures will slowly pull back up. you can see here in minneapolis. on friday. >> cold end to 2013. >>> protesters in the ukraine tried to ring in the new year with a new world record. [ music ] protesters tried to org the biggest crowd ever to sing a national anthem simultaneously. thousands gathered in independence square. >>> and in dubai, the world's largest fireworks show. the persian nation is known for its over-the-top accomplishments like the tallest skyscraper. you could see them on t
-- oversupplied cars on the lots. >> two trains collide near fargo sending dangerous flames into the air. >> two california men will make history on one of the floats tomorrow at the rose parade. >> in tech bytes at look at the tech, industry insiders are ready for the international show in las vegas which showcases the latest in consumer technology. reports say that l.g. will show off web connected tv with a new operating system. google is partnering with audi to develop incar entertainment systems and announcing the majority of the 2015 models will have wi-fi. you more likely to spend money with free apps than paid. more than 90 percent of apple app and google play come from purchases in the free apps. facebook leads but the growth with young people is slowing, with the strongest growth from users older than 65 who want to keep in touch with friends he loves me. he loves me not. he loves me. he loves me not. ♪ he loves me! that's right. [ mom ] warm and flaky in 15, everyone loves pillsbury grands! [ girl ] make dinner pop! [ angelic music plays ] ♪ toaster strudel! best morning ever! [ ha
, fargo. chicago, 26. boston, 26. great falls, 2 degrees. you add the wind, minus 34 in fargo. green bay, minus 3. only 14 degrees in chicago. here is a look at the forecast for that niner game tomorrow. folks, they have a wind chill warning, with wind chills expected 25, to 45 degrees. below zero there. expecting the northwest wind. gusts up to 30 miles an hour. kickoff time. temperature, 3 degrees. at halftime, a minus 4. very brutally cold wind chill. take a look at the weather forecast. rain in here coming up. >> thank you. we have been saying cold weather could turn the game into an ice bowl. later this hour a look at how fans are preparing for the game. our own mike schuman in green bay. coverage of the packers, and also bring you playoff edition of the view. our weekly one-on-one with the 49ers. one of thousand affected by delays. don't let the lack of lines fool you. a rough day to fly. especially if you are coming or going to places hit hard by the snow and ice. at sfo, nine departures were canceled along with five arriving flights. oakland saw one arrival from dulles canceled.
at these wind chill readings this morning. 40 below around fargo. southeast.ir will dive to the wind chill readings tomorrow morning 61 below in bismarck and fargo. that means exposed skin freezes in about five minutes. very dangerous weather conditions there. the cold, not confined just to the north, over two dozen states under these warnings and advisories for dangerous wind chills, extend all of the way down into the deep south and this arctic blast reaches the gulf coast. look at the forecast temperatures in the deep south, in birmingham, 36 this morning, single digits by tuesday morning, same story in atlanta, and even 20s as far south as new orleans and tallahassee. we'll be looking ahead to wind chills reaching the northeast in that sub-15 range in new york. more on that and expected snow accumulation coming up. >> brad, thank you. >>> as we mentioned the playoff game in green bay could be the coldest matchup in forecast -- football history. one man who will be out in it all, espn.com nfl nation green bay packers reporter rob demovsky. rob, i know that you're not a meteorologist, co
tha >>> developing news from north dakota a train derails and causes a massive fireball east of fargo. a railway spokeswoman says several cars from mile-long train derailed and caught fire, so far no reports of injuries. and investigators trying to figure out what happened. >> an update for a boy mauled by two pit bulls in august. his mom and friends came to visit and hunter looking great. you can tell he's a warrior, standing he showed me his scar. hunter was attacked by a pit bull playing at the home of a friend and suffered horrible injuries requiring more than 100 stitches. the dogs were euthanized. hunter decided he's ready for a weather audition. >> san francisco, clouds. he still has moments. of anxiety a little bit. and ak frayed of dogs if we go to peoples houses who have dogs they need to put them outside. >> it just scares me. that feel of something happening to you and there is -- happening again is not a nice feeling. >> he loves the family chihuahua and golden retrievers, he told me. he's doing well. >> yes. that is great. >> a study says effectiveness of a flu shot may
. in fargo, north dakota, several accidents on the road. in winnipeg, canada, cars were frozen to the ground, all of it wreaking havoc on air travel in sfo, just one of many airports impacted. how are the delays looking for tomorrow? >> reporter: the airport says they have 38 cancellations here. most of the problems were earlier in the day. things are worked out but there's still delays on the board. dozen of flights were canceled and more were delayed. the problem is this, winter storms hitting the midwest and the east coast caused massive air traffic problems that affected flights across the country. ice and snow made air travel a challenge on friday. >> we're struck now and here. >> reporter: they were vacationing in san francisco, but when it came time to go home, they found it more difficult than they thought it would be to get to new york. >> today we have been trying to get home. [ inaudible ] take a cab and park the car and then drive home. >> reporter: this marine was home on leave and trying to get back to his base in pal p springs. >> i went to cleveland, and i kept getting d
of fargo. railroad officials say about 20 cars caught fire and burned through the night. there were several explosions. susan mcginnis has details. >> reporter: explosions sent flames and thick black smoke billowing into the sky after a train carrying crude oil derailed near casselton, north dakota, about half an hour west of fargo. >> we were taking a nap, then all of a sudden, we heard this big boom. and we ran outside and seen black smoke and then orange smoke. >> reporter: as night fell monday, local authorities warned a shift in the winds could push potentially toxic fumes from the blaze over the town of casselton. >> there's a very heavy plume of smoke and carcinogen from the burning wreckage of those cars. >> reporter: police urged all 2400 residents to evacuate. >> just grab whatever and leave because they were like outside my house waiting for us to leave. officials from bnsf company believe a train hit carrying crude oil sparking an explosion and fire. a team from the national transportation safety board is on wait to help figure out what caused the accident. crews are letting the
. finally, technology is a big laggard today. wells fargo set the margin is alreadytory priced into the stock. >> the idea of -- ideal iphone 5. i cracked the screen of the indestructible glass. to the applenight store. we go on now to the big story. the first deal of 2014. he has finally reached an agreement with the health care trust. he will ride the 42% share of chrysler fiat does not already own. at 4.3nsaction is valued billion dollars and it means no ipo. it ends the cat -- the cat and mouse game. i tell you what, let's bring in our auto pros. caldwell is a senior analyst, and, our very own matt miller, mr. carr guy himself. let's talk about the economics of this thing. chrysler is ironically putting up some of the money. of, rememberd me the headline a couple of weeks ago? is a little different, because the whole point of this, as you know, is so that fiat can get access to the $12 billion cash pile at chrysler. they will use some of it to do the deal. fiat is paying $1.75 billion to the autoworkers trust and the rest of the money will come from chrysler. chrysler will
lower. right now, current temperatures look like this. fargo, this is the ambient temperatures, like you would get from your temperature, minus three degrees. minneapolis is minus three degrees. the windchill warnings in the area. what does that mean? first of all, windchill affects anything that is warm-blooded. it pulls away the natural layer of heat away from your body. the stronger the winds are, the more it is going to pull it away. so the -- it's going to actually make you lose that heat faster and that's why the stronger the winds are, we get those very low wind chills. let's put this in motion. feels more like 45, minus 45 in fargo, north dakota. we will ant mate in the about 24 hours. the area up to the north, minus 61, minus 64. by the time we end tomorrow afternoon, it looks like it will be fargo will feel more like minus 57. you definitely want to stay inside and off of the roads. jo be than? >> good advice there, kevin. thank you. >>> one of rock in' role's earlitest icons has passed away, phil everly died yesterday at the age of 74. he influenced bob dylan and the beatles.
plains, so this morning this is what it will look like. fargo, you'll wake up to minus 19. minnesota minus 13. chicago, you'll be at zero, but it does not factor in what the wind chill will feel like, so it will feel lower than this. towards the north-west there'll be showers lingering. we have snow towards montana and wyoming. we'll see the temperatures reaching to 49 in seattle. you'll be a little cooler at 34. just above freezing. we don't expect to see rain for seattle until we get to thursday. re rainy there. a problem with sworn california because of the wildfire threat. it's try and worm. there has been no rain in the forecast. the temperatures are not as high as last week. we were seeing 80 degrees. we expect today to see 74 degrees. staying low. it's also very dry across the area. they'll keep the bands out for the next couple of days. across parts of texas, it is dry. we expect to see showers towards the south. dallas over the next few days - dry and sunny. temperatures 43 until 62 on wednesday. same front causing problems in the north-east is exiting the picture here. atla
. the dow up knif five points on k for its best year since 1996. >>> wells fargo paid fannie mae $600 million for home loans prior to 2009. fannie mae has now reached settlements with eight banks for selling defective mortgages totaling $12 billion. >>> police in brazil are trying to clean up those anothe notoris slums known as favelas. critics say success in this case has a price. [ gunfire ] >> reporter: heavily armed brazilian elite security forces attempting to regain control of poor communities in rio ruled by drug gangs for decades. it's called "pacification." that's a government drive launched in 2008 to secure these neighborhoods. many are close to tourist attractions and the world cup and olympics are coming. but after the military operation the hard part is keeping the peace. >> the state was absence in these communities for many years. we arrived, and we have this obligation to reconquer this community for the residents to grow to trust us. >> reporter: the resident-friendly police are having success. murder rates are dropping quickly, and so is the number for violent crime
from wells fargo. >> the benefit is that the individuals can develop a relationship with thattenty and -- that entity and connect once they return. >> mike: the goal is to get them ready earlier than ever for life after jail. >> this is about breaking a cycle. and making a community more healthy. >> reporter: he doesn't have a release date but he knows what programs will help keep him out of custody. >> i could see them in person, you know, more -- i am aware of it more now and i see there is a lot available for us. >> reporter: they will give coordinators feed back with an eye towards expanding next year. david stevenson, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> the car service is warning of higher holiday fairs in san francisco during new year's eve. they anticipate fairs between 12:15 a.m. and 2:30 a.m. on january 1 could be 5 times the normal price riders would pay. users will be required to verify that they will accept the more expensive charge. demand is expected to be very high between 8:00 p.m. and 10:30 p.m. tomorrow night. >>> if you are in san francisco and you don't want to pay you can
for universal health care coverage and financial planning from wells fargo. >> the benefit is that the individuals can develop a relationship with that entity and thus be able to connect with that service once they return. >> you guys sent me a letter and you approved me already. >> reporter: the goal is to get inmates ready earlier than ever for life after jail. >> what this is about is breaking a cycle and making it a community more healthy. >> reporter: he doesn't have a release date yet but he now knows what programs will keep him out of custody. >> so now you know i can see them up in person, you know, it's more -- i'm aware of it more now. and i see there's a lot available for us. >> inmates will give coordinators feedback with an eye towards expanding program into other jails next year. david stevenson. >>> san francisco is getting ready to ring in 2014 tomorrow night. once again, there will be a free fireworks show admit night. the fireworks launch from barges in the bay. getting back will be a bargain if you take public transit. bart will have extended service offe
. >>> well, fargo, the nation's largest mortgage lender is paying a huge settlement to fannie mae, more than half a billion in cash, the agreement, the final one settling claims over the defective home loans which helped to cause the housing crisis. fannie mae is the government entity which guaranteed bank mortgages now has reached settlements worth half a billion dollars with eight banks. >>> and something else settling down, this year the number of bank failures fell to levels not seen before the financial crisis, on the surface it suggests the nation's banks are healthy again, but on a closer look there are still troubles. >> reporter: only 24 u.s. banks failed in 2013, the most number in six years. according to the fdic. well off the peak of 157 during the financial crisis, 2013's failures represent a small 3/10 of 1% of the country's more than 68 hundred of the fdic insured institutions. a strong economy and aggressive oversight helped to stem the failu failures. although it is early to say if they recovered from the financial crisis. consider this, the number of banks that are consider
dakota town. the accident hopped outside the town of castleden west of fargo. a train derailed monday afternoon, and another carrying crude oil ran into it, setting off a series of explosions that burnt 21 railcars. the county sheriff's office is recommending nearby residents evacuate because of thick smoke pouring from the crash site. containing the site has been challenging because of temperatures near negative 20 degrees. >> a temporary reprieve for the family of a girl declared brain dead. a judge granted an extension to keep her on life support for another week. melissa chan joins us to talk about the ongoing legal battle. >> according to the hospital jahi mcmath was dead weeks ago when she went into cardiac arrest shortly after her operation. the family disagrees and went to court. >> i have to do what's right for jahi mcmath. >> a judge granted a one-week extension of life support. >> our attorneys filed a new complaint in federal court filing an order and injunction. we also suggested that the judge file a temporary restraining order and our attorneys are filing an appeal. >>
a mile long train carrying crude oil derailed about 25 miles outside of fargo. as many as ten cars on that train caught fire blanketing a nearby town in black smoke. now because of the possibility of more explosions, firefighters are allowing the fire to burn itself out. no one was injured. >> in less than two months, russia is set to host the 2014 winter olympics. tonight, worries a terrorist campaign is just beginning. ail alfonzo tells us, two security breeches are worrying them about security in the games. >> russian officials say the attack killed or injured dozens of people. now there's fear of more terrorism ahead of february's winter olympics in sochi400 miles away. people here will tell you that no one feels safe. a lot has been promised for security, but little has been done, this man says. investigators say the bombers explosives were similar to those used in another suicide bombing on sunday at the city's main railway station. at least 17 people died there. it is unclear who carried out the attacks. >> in july, militants calling for an islamic state in russia threate
25 miles west of fargo, north dakota. that collision, as you can see, setting off a series of explosions that burned a total of 21 rail cars. >> it was the third explosion that rattled the house and the windows and doors were all shaking. and we came out the garage door, and the flames were so high it was like it was right behind us. >> fighting the fire was also challenging, searchtures there hitting minus 20 degrees. coming up on al jazeera america, a controversial statue, why some foreign leaders want this statue taken down. four part series, as we return to fukushima only on al jazeera america >> al jazeera america is the only news channel that brings you live news at the top of every hour. >> here are the headlines at this hour. >> only on al jazeera america. >> you are looking life at the scene in time square where they are beginning to gather ahead of new year's eve, 2014. just a few hours away now amid frigid temperatures. new zealand holding one of the first celebrations of the new year. take a look. in auckland crowds cheering and horns blared as fireworks erupted
of apple taking a hit after wells fargo downgraded the stock to market perform from outperform citing concerns about further growth in the company's gross margins. on the flip side many others have picked apple as their stock of the year. let's bring in jim laventhol, president of asset management, you and i were talking about apple for years. you are saying this is a long-term play, ignore wells fargo and your opinion on apple. >> they may be right about gross margins but they are missing the bigger picture, the volume of all their product will grow and the china mobile accentuate that. cheryl: what about the year? >> over is the month in one day they are down 2%? you are right. it was a tale of two have. the first half stunned and the second half was quite good. that is a good chart looking at this over the last six months and these dips are aware people lose faith, they use a wells fargo analyst report as an excuse and a coming and here is what, $500 million market cap, $150 billion of that net cash, when you back up the cash trades eight times earnings. cheryl: other names you lik
begin tonight's market focus. wells fargo lowered the rating on apple to market perform to out perform based on fears the profit margin will come under fire. shares of the tech giant fell to $553 and change. >>> it was a different story for bank of america. shares popped on an upgrade from city. they lifted the rating to a buy from neutral and said the company is no longer impacted by legacy issues. city expect the bank will be able to manage cost and grow revenue. shares jumped about 3.5% to $16.10. >>> at macy's and martha student living on the media have settled their legal battle on the breach of contract. the dispute began when steward started selling at macy's. the shares surged to $4.57 but macy's ended slightly lower to $53.39. >>> urban outfitters upped the rating by from whole saying the chain has done well in a tough environment. the analyst predicting urban will get back on track. shares popped 2% on this down day closing at $37.78. another upgrade, for u.s. steel. key bank gave the rating saying the stock has room to run based on the firm's positive pricing model for carbo
degrees on fargo. that will be significant. for chicago, we'll see snow as we go towards saturday and surned, another dip -- sunday, another dip in the temperatures. that will get worse with a temperature of minus six. >> the snow storm slamming the north-east causing a lot of trouble for travellers. we have this report from laguardia airport where thousands are stranded. >> the storm caused a travel mess across the u.s. from the midwest to the north-east, the snow and high winds led airlines to cancel it if 2300 flights. 67-00 have been delayed. and there's more to come. airlines have cancelled hundreds of flights scheduled to take off friday. it expects the country and international travel. some of the stranded will have to wait until the weekend to get flights. like this man at laguardia airport trying to get home to west palm beach. >> we were spotsed to be -- supposed to be at west palm beach at 4:44, and it was delayed because we didn't have flight attendants, and they cancelled it. we went through the process. then we got a flight saturday out of j.f.k., tomorrow is cancell
will feel like 50 below in fargo, 51 below in bismarck. here is the cold air moving through chicago and minneapolis. there it is, coming behind this storm. the storm will develop over the great lakes and bring warm air up on sunday. yes, another storm coming in quickly behind this one that just cleared out. now this will be warmer air, not snow, but you will get rain falling into cold area, so we could see a brief mix before it changes into rain. all snow there from the midwest to the great lakes. dell? >> dave warren thank you very much. >>> a 9-year-old chinese boy acing the rubix cube. take a look. doan. just in case you are counting. that's about 12 seconds. chinese media saying he can do this ever time, 12 seconds. he is a celebrity at school and is now teaching his classmates how they can solve the rubix cube as well. thank you for watching al jazeera america. i'm del walters, "truth is," is next. and you can check us out 24 hours aday by going to aljazeera.com. >> yeah, i'm all right. >> you see what? >> no. ♪ ♪ ♪
on the skin as you step outside, and fargo is going to be one of the worst places hit as we drop to 60 below zero, definitely not the time to be outdoors. this is a look at sunday at noon. really the next couple of days that arctic chill will be with us. this is a look at our wind chill warnings in place. all of these areas shaded in orange wind chills until tuesday morning. trying to stay warm if at all possible. as far as the radar is concerned that is a the cold side of the story. we're also going to be dealing with deallingwith precipitationh the midwest and we'll see this come down through st. louis. the frontal boundary will push east, and that will allow the cold air to come behind it. it will be all rain but once that cold air mass moves in, rain changes to snow and even into other areas of the northeast. >> reporter: thanks so much, eboni. every time there is a major storm you hear about power lines going down and big outages which begs the question why not put all the nation's power lines below the ground? bisi onile-ere tells us exactly why from detroit. >> reporter: strong winds,
on your skin. at 12:00 noon in sunday in fargo it could feel as cold a as minus 65 degrees. frost bite and hyperthermia will be a major concern here. we do have a good church of the upper midwest that will be under wind chill advisories through tuesday mornings. this will be with us through the next couple of days. this is not going to be a quick-hitting system, unfortunately. we'll watch the frontal boundary from the great lakes down to the midwest. it will fall across kansas, missouri, all looking upwards of 12 inches of snow before it's all said and done. in miami monday night into tuesday, temperatures will fall in the 40s but feeling possibly like the 30s in spots. morgan? >> thank you so much. when we come back the debate over benefits for the unemploy unemployed. >> reporter: in air boat ride through the swamps has become is a anonymous through the everglades. but it's phasing out. we'll tell you why. >> three years after the nucular disaster, the hidden truth about the ongoing cleanup efforts and how the fallout could effect the safety of americans >> are dangerous amounts of r
is that it is a quick shot. so here are your monday highs. minus 17 in fargo. mine 13us in chicago. 7 in kansas city. things start to moderate tuesday. although in the northeast, we will start to peel the deep freeze. by wednesday, thursday, we are back into more seasonal temperatures. we just have to get through the next couple of days. also, watching this winter storm bringing 6 to 12 inches from the missouri river valley all the way up to the great lakes. the possibility for freezing precipitation from west virginia up to maine and then by tuesday, it is out of here and a much quieter forecast which is great news. greg, back to you. >> great indeed. janice dean, thanks very much. >> pilots are resuming at new york's kennedy airport after a mishap on the tarmac caused them to be suspended this morning. safety officials investigating after the della jet suddenly skidded off the runway into a snow bank. the plane coming in from toronto was making its way to the gate during this morning's icy rain and it lost control. thank reply none of the 35 passengers or crew were injured. the airport reopened. w
, and cincinnati not far band at minus 47. morning lows are brutal. fargo, minus 27. indianapolis, besides the snow that you are having now, about minus 18 for you there. >> now, as we go into the rest of the day on monday, the snow will exit out here to the east. for the north-east it will be pretty bad. we'll see the highs come up not too much because indianapolis, you'll see a high of minus 1. look at the trend for minneapolis, we'll see cold temperatures on monday, making its way on tuesday, getting above zero on wednesday. by friday you are back to your normal temperatures. here across the north-east there's a mix of weather. fog down here across parts of new york, ice across parts of pennsylvania as well as new york, and what will happen in new york city - 49 degrees today, tuesday that temperature is dropping to 12, and not coming up until we get to the end of the week. >> secretary of state john kerry says the u.s. will not send troops to iraq to help with the growing violence. kerry's assertion comes as the iraqi government says it has retaken the city of ramadi from al qaeda fighters. ira
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